GRACE LOGIE AND Ladigo have formed a close bond that has helped them have success in endurance horse riding. Logie and Ladigo took second in the Canadian Edurance Championships in Brandon, Man., last August. Logie is hoping to qualify for the Young Rider World Championships in Italy in 2019. — Image Credit: Submitted Photo
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by Emanuel Sequeira - Penticton Western News
Penticton posted Oct 27, 2016
There is a strong bond between Grace Logie and her horse Ladigo.
“I couldn’t ask for a better best friend and horse,” said Logie.
That connection has led to success in endurance riding and a chance to qualify for the Young Rider World Championships in Italy in 2019.
“I feel very honoured to be able to compete on an international level,” said Logie. “Competing at this level feels like such an accomplishment when my horse and I cross that finish line and make it through the final vet check. Competing at the world-level rides, with world-level standards is so amazing. Every time I hear that Ladigo and I made it through the final vet check it takes my breath away. I’m amazed at how far we have made it...”
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